Monthly Archives: October 2011

Market Timing Brief™: From Selling the Rallies to Buying the Dips

Market Timing Brief™ for 10-28-2011: Now that Europe is Solved, NOT On 10-26-2011, I told you to sit tight.  I said the markets were retesting in a market timing terms and that the little swoon was not the next wave … Continue reading

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Market Timing Brief™: Euro Fever with Stocks Down, Metals Up.

Market Timing Brief™ for 10-25-2011: Euro Fever for Stocks Given the lack of perceived adult behavior on the part of Euro leaders, all stock market indices showed weakness today.  The REITs (Real Estate Investment Trusts) had what is referred to … Continue reading

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Market Timing Brief™: Is the Next Move Up or Down for the SP500 Index?

Market Timing Brief™ for 10-20-2011: Looking Through the Fog It was another up and down day run by a statistic here and a rumor there.  The action was simply noise on the charts.  The reason I said today that the … Continue reading

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Market Timing Brief™: Treasuries Did Not Budge. So is this Stock Market Rally for Real?

Market Timing Brief™ for 10-18-2011 Treasuries did not budge today.  If this stock rally is for real, they should have shot up in yield, down in price.  Other sectors were listless.  Why wasn’t biotech rallying today?  The VIX is also … Continue reading

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